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Breaking News: Radio Lives

We’ve seen some press coverage in the last week or so highlighting radios survival and revival. Though this is not news to the Radio Survivor faithful—it’s also not fake news—and we think it’s still a good thing to track and take note of. Seattle alt-weekly The Stranger highlights eight (!) new low-power FM community stations […]

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15 Seattle area non-profits coordinate to apply for LPFM licenses

The Seattle and Puget Sound region of Washington State has been the site of some thoughtful local coordination around low-power FM, with Sabrina Roach at Brown Paper Tickets assisting a community of non-profit groups in the effort. Today they announced that 15 non-profits and universities are ready to apply for LPFM licenses when the FCC […]

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$19.5k Seattle grant helps Hollow Earth radio reach for Low Power FM license

Great news for Hollow Earth Internet radio in Seattle, Washington. The city’s Department of Information Technology has given the station a $19,487 matching fund planning grant to apply for a Low Power FM license this fall. The Federal Communications Commission’s application window for LPFMs opens on October 15. Here’s the grant language: “Help transition from […]

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Lots of interesting non-comm and pirate radio in Western Washington State

Jose Fritz of the great Arcane Radio Trivia has been traveling around and writing about what he hears on different regional radio dials. He just posted from the Seattle-Tacoma area and it’s interesting that he picks up a very diverse set of noncommercial stations featuring indie rock, NPR news, jazz and even dance music. He […]

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Radio Obsessive Profile #4: Seattle Radio Theatre Founder Feliks Banel

Radio passion takes a variety of forms. Some people love the artifacts and become avid collectors of vintage equipment, promotional materials, and publications. Some are scholars, meticulously curating radio’s history. And others seek out present-day radio gems in order to remind people that radio is still relevant. Seattle Radio Theatre founder Feliks Banel’s enthusiasm for […]

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